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Government employees are public servants and prohibited by the Constitution from inhibiting religious freedom, that is a far cry from sneaking around and into a church and acting like KGB agents.
As one of the earliest and oldest crocodylomorphs, Carnufex was a far cry from living crocodiles. It was an agile, terrestrial predator that hunted on land, carnufex predates the group that living crocodiles belong to.
A footnote saying something may be political is a far cry from letting the American people know that the Democrats and the Hillary (Clinton) campaign paid for dirt that the FBI then used to get a warrant on an American citizen to spy on another campaign.
There are two fundamental problems that currently exist which would be exacerbated should the government not take the right steps, with less than 15 higher institutions (both public and private), Lagos is a far cry from meeting its higher education demands.
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